SEBS 28 Biochemistry of Plant Cell Walls

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First published in 1985, this book contains twelve contributions from scientists of international repute concerning the chemistry of the cell wall, its biosynthesis, and biochemical aspects of its functions. The common theme is the emphasis on the molecules that make up the cell wall: their chemical structure, the enzymic mechanisms by which they are formed, and the interactions between molecules that enable them to perform their structural and growth-controlling functions. The book contains reviews of recent developments, together with critical assessments of the methods used, and analyses of the major challenges that face cell-wall scientists today.

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1. New perspectives on non-cellulosic cell-wall polysaccharides (hemicelluloses and pectic substances) of land plants K. C. B. Wilkie; 2. Developments in the isolation and analysis of cell walls from edible plants R. R. Selvendran, B. J. H. Stevens and M. A. O'Neill; 3. Interaction of enzymes involved in cell-wall heteropolysaccharide biosynthesis K. W. Waldron and C. T. Brett; 4. The helicoidal concept in plant cell wall ultrastructure and morphogenesis A. C. Neville and S. Levy; 5. An immunological approach to the plant cell wall K. Roberts, J. Phillips, P. Shaw, C. Grief and E. Smith; 6. Hydroxyproline-rich glycoprotein biosynthesis: a comparison with that of collagen D. G. Robinson, M. Andreae and A. Sauer; 7. Control of cell wall formation during growth D. H. Northcote; 8. Are lipid-linked glycosides required for plant polysaccharide biosynthesis? G. Maclachlan; 9. Biosynthesis of β-glucans in growing cotton (Gossypium arboreum L. and Gossypium hirsutum L.) fibres A. J. Buchala and H. Meier; 10. Biosynthesis of 1,4-β-D-glucan in cell-free preparations from mung beans M. Benziman and T. Callaghan; 11. Structure and function in legume-seed polysaccharides J. S. G. Reid; 12. Cell wall changes during auxin-induced cell extension. Mechanical properties and constituent polysaccharides of the cell wall Y. Masuda and R. Yamamoto.

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